The Fourth of July is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence 241 years ago on July 4, 1776, and often, the Independence Day is associated with fireworks, barbecues, carnivals, picnics, concerts, baseball games, family reunions, and political speeches and ceremonies, in addition to various other public and private functions celebrating the historical event.
Whether you're celebrating with fireworks at a park, a local parade or watching TV with your family, Google Assistant can help you make the most out of your fourth of July.
From fireworks to BBQs, here’s how Google Assistant can help you get the most out of the holiday!
- You can ask Google Assistant via Google Home “Why do we celebrate the fourth of July?” For a start, then when you’re ready to fire up the grill, ask the Assistant to “Add charcoal to my shopping list” or “Find me a burger recipe.”
- Planning your firework fun? Ask Google Assistant on phones “What’s the weather on Tuesday?” And if the sound of fireworks is a bit too loud for you, you can ask your Assistant on Google Home to “Play white noise.”
Perhaps, you're looking for something else to do on the Fourth of July? Not sure where to go for fireworks?
Google Assistant can come in quite handy as well. Simply ask it to recommend nearby bars or restaurants and you get a series of Google Now cards with details, then you can tap any of them for more details on a specific place. Have fun! And Happy fourth of July!!